On an all new episode of CYBERWAR, we investigate the 2013 cyber attack that shut down three power companies in western Ukraine.
An excerpt from When the Walking Defeats You, a book about a young man who became one the bodyguard to one of the 21st century's most notorious warlords before making his escape.
We filed a FOIA request for all records the FBI had on Warren Weinstein, a US aid worker killed in a top-secret CIA drone strike in Pakistan. Our request was initially denied; we appealed. Here's what we found.
Guns, berets, polish, and soup: life in the army for a 16-year-old can be strange.
For years now, Gaza has been rocked by the proliferation of a synthetic opiate called Tramadol. We sent a photographer to document sales, police confiscations, and the human suffering that pushes people into opiate use.
On an all new episode of Black Market: Dispatches, we travel to Ukraine to talk to the people who rely on the underground cigarette trade for survival.
"A lot of people lose their shit out here."
The Tulsa cop who killed Terence Crutcher has been charged with manslaughter, protesters took to the streets in Charlotte, South Korea is reportedly ready to assassinate Kim Jon-un if threatened, and more.
Manu Brabo's photographs capture the raw reality on the ground in Mosul.
Trump calls medical treatment for bomb suspect a "sad situation," George H. W. Bush reportedly plans to vote for Clinton in November, North Korea says it's preparing to launch a satellite, and more.
The five-part series investigates the origins and impact of al Qaeda, al Shabaab, Boko Haram, Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, and the Islamic State.
Warhammer starter sets can cost $150. So players are making their own.
Hillary Clinton cancels her California trip after pneumonia diagnosis, more NFL stars protest during the national anthem, six people were shot after a peace rally in Alabama, and more.
Donald Trump says Russian interference in the US election is "probably unlikely," Alaska approves marijuana for commercial sale, Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz gives Democrats $20 million, and more.
Wednesday night's NBC event seemed rushed and gave both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton plenty of opportunities to dodge any tough questions.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will outline their national security policies Wednesday, a Zika funding bill fails again in Congress, Apple is set to reveal the iPhone 7, and more.
In some of Laos's impoverished rural villages, bomb craters have left the earth resembling the surface of the moon. The effort to clear Laos of war-era bombs goes on.
Wiktoria Wojciechowska's photography records the ongoing effects of the war on Ukrainians, particularly young soldiers, and draws renewed attention to a conflict that seems to have been forgotten.
Diana Zeyneb Alhindawi shows us a candid side of the Raia Mutomboki, one of the largest rebel groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The group's name is Kiswahili for "angry citizens."
Conflict zones are dangerous for journalists. Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues is a program that offers free battlefield response training in order to teach journalists how to protect themselves and save others.
Tonight on an all new episode of Black Market host Michael K. Williams meets up with a former dealer who cheated his way through games to win money.
We spoke to Paul Refsdal about his new film Dugma: The Button, in which he shadows a group of Jabhat al-Nusra fighters who have added their names to the "martyr list."
Is Kim Jong-un a threat, or just a lunatic with a weird haircut?
The militant group is losing some of its pull on Twitter, thanks to anti-ISIS propaganda and thousands of account suspensions.